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, a new documentary from Canadian team Melanie Wood and Nick Orchard, explores the rising rates of internet sex addiction in Canada.
According to the film, 8 million North Americans spend more than 11 hours a week – each – pursuing sex online.
I expect the rates of online sex addiction to decline significantly after the novelty wears off and the majority of people learn that the internet really is just another tool, not an answer.
We've been talking about that in the forum, too.
Porn is passive entertainment, and you seek it out as individuals or couples (or groups, I suppose) as something to inspire arousal and perhaps fulfillment.
A core of regulars would form, resulting in either a welcoming environment for newbies or an exclusionary, clique-driven hierarchy, depending on where you went. But as one woman observed in the Sex Drive forum, chat has changed.
"At some time I cannot pinpoint," she says, "a set of people started using chat as a way to make the contact to meet or call others for sex, like it was one big pool of people waiting for an offer.... It's getting more and more difficult to find someone who'll type more than three words a line and actually spell out words."I looked, this past week, for good cyber.
But most people have not been online nearly that long; the percentage of American households with internet access didn't reach 50 percent until 2000.